Year 1 have two classes:
Greece Class – Mrs Hutchings
TA – Miss New
Italy Class – Mrs Furber (Monday/Tuesday) and Mrs Heal ( Wednesday/ Thursday/Friday)
TA – Mrs Anders
KS1 HLTA – Mrs Connor
On Wednesday the 20th of September, we will be holding a parent workshop. The afternoon will start at 13:15, with an activity for you to join in with, followed by a parent talk at 14:30. If you are unable to make the talk in the afternoon it will also be repeated at 17:00. We hope to see as many of you there as possible!
Our Topic and Science unit this half term is: Ourselves and other animals
We are learning about Ourselves and other animals. We shall be learning to identify and locate parts of their body, including sense organs; use our observations to point out differences between humans and other animals and communicate observations and measurements in a variety of different ways.
Here are some useful websites:
In Maths this term:
In our maths lessons this half term, we will be looking at the place value of numbers. We will look at counting objects by lining them up, counting forwards and backwards as well as practising using the language of most and least. We will use a lot of practical objects to begin with and move onto different representations of number later on in the half term.
In English this term:
We will be learning to write sentences that are consistently correctly punctuated with full stops and capital letters as well as thinking about improving our word choice. We will have daily handwriting sessions where we will practice forming all of our letters clearly and correctly. Alongside this,our daily phonic lessons will help us to practice known sounds and learn brand new ones.
PE for Year 1 classes is on a Tuesday and Friday this half term.
PE is a very important part of our curriculum. Please make sure that your child has suitable kit and sensible PE shoes in school every week otherwise they will have to wear spare kit. Earrings must be taken out or taped over.
How you can support your child at home:
– Listen to your child read at home regularly.
– Support them to count forwards and backwards in ones and twos to 20, and help them to recognise their numbers up to 100. Make sure that their numbers are written the right way round.
– Support them with practicing their Spelling Bee words.
– Support/test them on their Mental Maths challenge booklet.
There are many sources of support on the internet. Some of the websites we recommend are:
We hope they are helpful to you and help you support your child’s learning.